kinky, fetishist reason. you guys are lawyers. you can rise above the fray here and make an honest legal assessment of this, which alan just did very clefrl verly. but people on the jury would be so repulsed, so revoltd bid this guy, they may convict him on that alone. >> that's the point alan was making as well, and correct. when you look at it from a legal principle, and purely that, you say, listen, we don't have thought police, and you don't punish someone for having thoughts. there's something clearly wrong with boyfriend, he's not clear in the head, but it's not a criminal act until you get to conspiracy. this would be a perfect trial to waive a jury and have a court trial. you want the judge to look at it passionately and say the evidence is not fulfilled.